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Kumaresan @ Velirs

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Hello,

How can i Limit Bandwidth as "Per User" or "Per IP Address" Basis ?

Presently, I can control Bandwidth Based on Traffic Policy or Type of Traffic or based on content rules, but in these cases, Bandwidth is applicable to all traffic passes through that rule.

Presently, at one my customer place, i have kerio-control deployment of 200 Users & More than 700 Computers, Out of which, 300 Users are located at a Location. Where Gigabit Connectivity is Established through Fiber between the location and Kerio Control. At the same Place, We have placed 3 Ubiquiti Rocket M2 Wireless which has 100 Mbps LAN Port & 300 Mbps Wireless Tx/Rx Capabilities. Each rocket M2 is capable of connecting 70 Users to 120 Users.

We have internet bandwidth of 120 Mbps through 4 ISP's. The problem is :

On Full load, Each Rocket M2, Uses Bandwidth of 10 Mbps, So 30 Mbps (Maximum). How can i limit 512kbps to 1Mbps to each USER or each IP ?? to get a optimum performance of network.

With current Bandwidth Management Rules, When i apply, 10Mbps, It applies to Total bandwidth for 300 Users or 30 Mbps on load-balancing.

Expecting Guidance With all your experiences.

Regards,
Kumaresan Pandurangan
Velirs International /+91(11)30088088

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